Take the bus? Wear a mask

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WINDHAM COUNTY — Starting this Friday, all riders on Moover or Current buses, vans, or in volunteer driver cars will be required to wear a face mask, bandana, scarf, or other effective face covering prior to boarding a vehicle. This covering is to remain on for the completion of the ride.

This policy, designed to protect riders, drivers and the general public, is based on current guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent further spread of COVID-19. This complements existing Moover and Current policy to refrain from booking or taking a trip if you show any signs of fever, cough, or difficulty breathing.

On Monday, all Moover and Current staff and volunteers were provided a cloth face mask to wear while on duty.

Due to a temporary driver shortage, the Current will not have White Line or Red Line bus service this Saturday, April 11. This should be for one Saturday only.

In the event that more route changes are necessary, keep in touch with the Current via Facebook, the website (www.crtransit.org) or sign up for notifications on our Transit app.



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